Monday, June 25, 2007

Modern Talking Videos- UTube and Two Little Ballet Dancers

Modern talking videos are on the rise. We enjoy them on You Tube and others as they continue to spring forth with wonderful creativity.

I came across a YouTube yesterday that really made my heart smile. It is of two little girls doing their first ballet performance. Apparently one of the little girls costume began to unravel. The two little girls adorned in pink tutu's and pink tights, oh so cute, had to contend with a long string that continued to unwind as they tried to stay in step with their performance.

I recently wrote and and posted a contrasting UTube called, "Utube, Youtube, Thank You for the Inspiration That Motivates Creativity In So Many" about a video of the Chinese Ballet Circus pas de deux troupe du Guangdong. It is a complete contrast to the YouTube I write about now.

By viewing both You Tubes It reminded me that 'everything' for 'every single person' has a 'beginning'.

See yourself in this little YouTube... just beginning and realizing flight, coming across obstacles but continuing on with the dance none the less.

I do and you do too. Soo be gentle with yourself as you learn new things, enjoy the process.

Once you do master something? Keep it in your heart and memory those baby step to get to where you are.

Be patient with those who ask questions of you who are trying to learn what you have already mastered.

Stay humble and be generous with your knowledge, it can only make for a better world.

We are so lucky to have available to us little reminders, modern talking videos that let us have a glimpse of two little girls in pink tutus who are just beginning to learn the dance of ballet and life.

Very dear this adventure of life.

To view the video I mention go to:

Kathy's ACEO on Squidoo:

While there be sure to check out:

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PS the above pic is a sculpture that I had been working on til I decided getting things bronzed might have to wait. Too bad.

Friday, June 08, 2007


Chinese Ballet Circus pas de deux troupe du Guangdong


The above title is of a Utube that someone sent to me today. It is just the most beautiful Video, I just had to share it with all of you.

We all need things around us to inspire, especially if you are an artist. I am prompted to create after getting a buzz from something touchingly beautiful like the Utube that I mention below. It is just stunning.

It is a ballet circus act from China. At first you see the dancers prepare...stretching. I thought later about that being included in the video and decided that it is a wonderful insert. It is a parallel to anything one does that is worthwhile. It reminds me that everything in life takes, if it is to be good and dare I say excellent, take preparation.

I just posted the Utube below on 3 of my Squidoo lenses.

"Chinese Ballet Circus pas de deux troupe du Guangdong"

Ohhh I love, love this video.

Someone sent it to me today and I just could not stop watching it. It is stunningly beautiful and inspiring.

You can find it at the bottom of the page on these lenses:

Kathy's ACEO on Squidoo:

Fantasy Art|Artwork in a Butterfly Garden|Legend of Pegasus|Fantasy Poetry:

Fantasy Art Woman|Beautiful Women Goddess Art:

I also have a Hawaiian Squidoo lens that has great travel tips and what it is like to live in Hawaii. There are things I tell that are not normally told.. like how to eat poi and like it.. stuff like that.

Hawaiian Travel|Hawaiian Fun Food



The link at the top is NEW.

So far I have 6 of my Hawaiian series, "ke ala o Pele" on it. this site is a lot like Cafe Press.. gifts with images I post are available on it.

I just opened an Etsy but have not posted on it as yet. Ahhh me! I better get to painting for the day. I also started two different sculptures.. will post when done.. YAY!


"Ua mau ke ea o ka aina i ka pono"

The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness


Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Monkdogz Urban Art